Burning a candle at both ends only works when you have a candle. Even then, it is still one candle. There is only so much wax and wick to use, so making sure you are maximizing longevity not only increases your chances for success, but also increases your chances to overcome the frustrations and uncertainty. […]
Business Mindset: Learning From Your Experience
Starting the conversation: More than just influencing outcomes, how you make decisions impacts your next step, your relationships, and also tests your values. Leaning into your personality and strengths, recognizing your weaknesses as a leader — all inform how, when, and what you do when showing up for your company and employees. Bew White, Executive […]
Boost Resilience By Developing Your Skills
Facing uncertainty can be challenging – being a business owner facing uncertainty is tougher. Red Direction helps you [fast track and] grow your business – authentically, pragmatically, and resiliently. Start your journey HERE! Starting the conversation: Just because you are good at something doesn’t mean you are bad at something else. Skills take time and […]
How to Set Clear Expectations for Business Success
It takes time to discover, learn, and most importantly know when to lean into the strengths of the team.
How to Prioritize Tasks and Get More Work Done
With small tweaks, you can provide clarity, hold the direction, and guide the planned and unplanned work. Learn how in this episode of BOLD Business Podcast
Exceptional Leaders Look Beyond the Obvious
The best CEOs and managers make vital decisions and disentangle any number of complex problems before they happen, by stepping back and reflecting so they can focus on conscious execution.
Be Bold and Set Yourself Up for Success: 5 Insights on Adaptability
Setting up your business to be adaptable puts you on the path to being successful no matter what challenges life throws at you.
Top Tips to Adapt to Constant Change
To grow is to learn new things, meaning – getting out of our comfort zone and out of our own way.
Top Tips To Ask Great Questions and Gain Insight
Being an impactful leader is, among other things, about asking the right questions. So, when you ask a good question (or good questions), what are the results?
How to Shift Your Business Strategy Without Losing Focus
When we talk about change, we’re talking both big and small. This could be a small tweak to your daily operations or a huge pivot in your company’s mission. Either way, when you’re focusing and refocusing your business strategy, keep these tips in mind.
6 Ways Business Leaders Can Adapt in This Ever-Changing World
The world is changing by the day — or by the hour, really — and business leaders must learn to adapt to stay competitive. When it comes to adapting to this change, “you simplify every single time,” says Tom Libelt of Smart Brand Marketing. “Stop thinking about all these other things and the bloat in […]
5 Ways Business Leaders Can Bounce Back from Failure or Trying Times
When you’re at the bottom, you have to accept accountability and solicit feedback. This is the core of the whole “learn from your mistakes” adage. Be transparent with your team, and listen.
Can You Achieve More With Your Business by Doing Less? Yes! The 4-Part Strategic Plan You Need to Evolve
In the whirlwind of your day-to-day grind, every task seems critical, and every idea seems like a good one. You can jump from one objective to the other without taking time to assess whether the areas of your business you prioritize will lead to success.
Top Tips To Do More With Less
No matter how different your business is from the competition, it would be best if you had clarity before deciding why and how to do more with less.
3 Pillars to Find the Perfect Interplay of Positioning and Growth in Your Business
To build and grow a business, and make bold business moves, prioritizing both positioning and growth is essential. Positioning is a key element to your growth strategy.
Top Tips for Effective Management
Whether “manager” is part of your job title or not, some form of management certainly is. After all, you are accountable for your portion of work, and that includes the way you show up to interactions with other people.